U.S. construction spending flat in April, little sign of housing rebound

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Separately, U.S. construction spending, which has suffered from a slowdown in the housing market, was flat in April, the Commerce Department said.

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Separately, U.S. construction spending, which has suffered from a slowdown in the housing market, was flat in April, the Commerce Department said. A fall in spending on private residential projects balanced with a jump in public construction outlays.

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 · Construction spending in the U.S. rose more than forecast in March as companies put up factories and power plants, and home improvement.

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WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. construction spending was unexpectedly flat in January as a surge in investment in public construction projects was offset by a decline in private outlays.